“Remember, there are no small parts, only small actors.” Constantin Stanislavsky
Where do you fit in to the scheme of things? I always tell my young performers that each of them is an important piece of the story we are trying to portray – without their participation, the story is incomplete, no matter how small the part may seem.
Each of us is part of something much bigger than we are. Consider how a business runs – or an orchestra – or anything that involves multiple talents, you’ll see that each is involved in making an important contribution.
Some of us have great organizational skills while others are more inclined to handling people management issues. Some folks have wonderful visual abilities and can create ideas just like that. Some are more capable with numbers or the mechanics of things.
What ever skill you have, don’t ever underestimate the importance of your part in the big picture. It’s up to you to discover where your talents lie and then use them.
Do you know that God has a plan for each of us and He wants to partner with us to accomplish the work He has set before us?
We all have the same opportunities in life, whether we’re rich or poor. We can overcome adversity, disabilities, having dreams shattered. We can accomplish amazing things, but we can’t do it alone. As soon as we recognize that we are part of something other than ourselves, doors open – changes occur – relationships improve and all of this will draw us closer to the one who made it possible in the first place.
Walk with God and you’ll never walk alone.